Published: September 16, 2013
This report presents findings from a mapping study on how different development cooperation actors, including multilateral development institutions, bilateral donors, development finance institutions, providers of South-South Development Cooperation (SSDC), foundations, non-governmental organizations and development think tanks, engage the private sector for development. The study clarifies key concepts relating to the private sector and development, identifies and classifies monetary and non-monetary engagement modalities, and assesses the conditions under which development cooperation actors seek to engage the private sector for development.
Authors: José Di Bella, Alicia Grant, Shannon Kindornay, and Stephanie Tissot
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